Archive for March, 2014

Safer Sex? That’s not a condom!

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Widening the spectrum of safer sex through barriers and behaviours. When it comes down to “getting down”, there is a whole world of opportunity that I haven’t even touched on. Maybe that’s a part of only being a couple years into exploring my sexuality and the communities that surround being a young gay man, or, […]

This is probably the most often asked question I get while doing my community and outreach work with gay and MSM next to “where can I get tested?” It is a word that a number of gay men are using and hearing more often when speaking with potential sexual partners as it relates to their own […]

“Don’t Judge Me!”

Thursday, March 6, 2014

It took a while to get the courage to go; I was nervous, sticking to the vinyl chair in the waiting room. I knew that I needed to get tested, but I couldn’t tell my family doctor that I’d _(fill in blank)_ (used injection drugs, had condomless sex, had a one-night stand, had sex outside […]